“Cannabalism has fangs”

Films: The Pack (2010)

Alias: None

Type: Mutant

Location: Haunted Home

Height/Weight: That of average humans.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: As if there wasn't enough hillbilly horror in America, we now get to see how it plays out in the French countryside. And somehow, it's even worse. Not only are there crazy people, but they have somehow given rise to horrific animalistic monsters.

History: Somewhere in the desolate areas of France, there is a small diner with an insane owner named La Spack. She's a crazy person with an even crazier secret. Every time she finds fresh meat knocking at her door, she keeps them prisoner until nightfall, when her brood of four fiendish ghouls rise from the ground and move in for the slaughter. For some people just looking for shelter, this is going to most likely prove to be their final mistake.

Notable Kills: One of them smashes its fist through a door AND a guy's torso just to get to the lock on said door.

Final Fate: After La Spack is shot to death, her ghouls are taken out by a combination of gunfire and the whole diner going up in flames. The last ghoul roars in defiance as the fire overtakes it.

Powers/Abilities: None.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 4-Just look at these things?! How in the Hell did that madwoman even give rise to them?! These eyeless, tusked, utterly primal, bloodthirsty beings will rip you to pieces without breaking a sweat, and it's all because their mom keeps starving them. Pray that you never come across a shady-looking abode, lest they contain anything like these ghouls.

Trivia: -This was the directorial debut of Frank Richard. It is also literally the only thing he has ever done as of now. Bit of an oddity, really. It was such a strong start.

-La Spack was played by Yolande Moreau, a rather versatile French actress.


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To those who wish to date the Pack, meet the 'parent'.

Charlie Brown's mutant brothers.

How rude of me to be late. I'll bring my katana...
And they'll enjoy whatever the heck that meat-pack is.

Do we even want to know?


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